Honeybee Robotics entrusted Wollner with the monumental task of shaping two new facilities, once in 2019 and one time in 2022. Handpicked as the exclusive partner by Honeybee Robotics, thanks to a glowing recommendation from Millennium Space Systems (now part of Boeing), Wollner also stood as the sole branding company, redesigning their logo and visual.
Our journey began by meticulously curating every inch of Honeybee's space, from the pristine clean rooms to the welcoming lobby, meticulously planned conference rooms, bustling offices, and ergonomic cubicle areas. We left no stone unturned, ensuring each element resonated with Honeybee's vision and requirements.
In collaboration with a local architectural firm for construction documentation, and a solid construction company, both meticulously selected by Wollner, we documented every detail. The result was a comprehensive project that spanned hundreds of pages, outlining specifications for everything from wall colors, flooring, and lighting, to faucets, restroom stalls, tables, chairs, outlets and much more. We managed to harmonize Honeybee Robotics' needs with a cost-effective approach, ensuring the project not only met but exceeded their aspirations while keeping the budget in check.
"I had the pleasure of working with Michael and his team at WollnerStudios during the design, construction and commissioning of our new location in Altadena, CA. Michael and his team have done a superb job trying to meet our requirements while keeping the cost within our allocated budget. They understand where we should and should not spend the money while trying to keep the overall theme ‘robotics/aerospace/high tech’ intact. Our new facilities look amazing and yet are very functional, which is critical to winning new contracts and staying under budget. WollnerStudios bears my highest recommendations. Michael has also re-designed our logo and developed new branding – these were critical as we have been growing and acquiring new companies."
Kris Zacny, Ph.D.
VP, Exploration Technologies, Honeybee Robotics